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Julie Leigh Shewbrooks

November 19, 1946 - January 11, 2020

Julie Leigh Shewbrooks of Allen, Texas passed away on January 11, 2020 at the age of 73.  She was born on November 19, 1946 to Clyde Leigh and Hazel (Summers) Leigh in Sarasota, Florida. Julie graduated from Venice High School in Sarasota. She married and moved to Washington State for several years, then moved to Plano in 1976. Julie was in the Mortgage Industry for many years. Her family remembers her as caring and loving to people and animals. Julie was a troop leader for her daughters Girl Scout troop for many years. She loved doing ceramics and sewing, making many costumes for her daughter, granddaughter, and friends over the years.

Julie is survived by her daughter, Amanda Shewbrooks and husband Ty Cooper; Grandchildren, Sophie, Jakob and Ty Cooper, Jr.; and numerous other loving family and friends.

She is preceded in death by her parents, Clyde and Hazel Leigh; brother, Douglas Leigh and sister, Betty Elliott.

A memorial service will be held at 11:00 a.m., Saturday, January 18, 2020 at Highland Oaks Church of Christ, 10805 Walnut Hill Lane, Dallas, Texas 75238. 

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Saddened to here this. Sorry we were not able to go to memorial service. Patty Joslyn, January 30, 2020 I worked with Julie at Mr. Cooper, she was just a bright light in the room. She sat on the end of the row I sit on and I'd always mess with her and wiggle her chair as I walked by, she'd either says "hey!" Or growl at me lol. She even got me back a couple times. Just the sweetest lady. I still look at her desk as I walk by and remember shes up there with the angels looking down at us. Jai.e Miller, January 17, 2020 Julie was the best friend I ever had and she was always there for me when I needed her and I tried to be there for her. To quote a friend of ours when Julie said she did not want to ruin the party, they told her what party she was the party. She made life fun and I feel the loss of her sunshine.
Kimley Godfrey, January 16, 2020 Julie will be fondly remembered and very much missed by my family. She was a bright light that made everyone feel better and happy. She was young at heart and always ready for fun and laughs. Brooke, Colton and I will miss her terribly. Jennifer Poplin, January 16, 2020 Julie was such a light in my childhood acting as my 2nd mom. She was such a delight to be around and her laugh was contagious. Shawna (Carter) Martell, January 15, 2020 Julie, a beautiful person inside and out. Giving. Vibrant. Funny. Her beautiful family reflects her strong values and carries them on. Love to you all! She will remain in our hearts and be missed.
Pattie Clayton , January 15, 2020 Julie, you will be missed greatly. You were so sweet, funny and very caring of others. Always came in with a smile on your face, even when you didn't feel your best. You always told me you missed me when you didn't see me for the day. I will definitely miss you and cherish our conversations, especially when I had to hunt you down for check lol. Keep smiling down on us, up there in heaven. I know the sweet angel you are got your wings.
Yvette Brown, January 15, 2020 Very sorry for Julie's passing. She was a very nice woman. I worked with her at Mr. Cooper. Greg Fisher, January 15, 2020 The ton of memories I have from my time in the Dallas area with Julie are endless. She will be missed by many including me. She was always there to laugh or cry with no matter was needed she was there to listen and help where she could. Love ya Julie. Miss you tons.
Cyndi Ditmore Haass, January 14, 2020 I only knew Julie for a short time but we hit it off from the beginning. She was a very personable person and easy to befriend. Her absence has definitely left a void. Rest in peace sweet friend. Margie Grande , January 14, 2020 Julie (Mom) you are missed beyond words. I could never thank you enough for being a mom figure to me. Your lively spirit and memories will never be forgotten. Amanda & family - you are in my prayers. May you hold the memories of Julie close to you as you continue through this difficult time. Anissa Allen, January 14, 2020